This captivating occasion in nature is depicted here by sunlit shades of orange and radiant violet descending down through the lush, leaf filled branches of a grand fragrant wood, and finally softening in a filter of hazy musks and the stillness of the moment.
"Komorebi is an untranslatable word, which eloquently captures the effect of sunlight streaming through the leaves of the trees. The shadow created on the ground, or even in our curtains, describes this everyday beauty."
Wax Melt Care
Do not leave the wax melt burner on or near anything that can catch fire. Ensure the wax melt burner is well ventilated. Keep foreign objects out of the wax pool. The wax melt burner becomes very hot during use, do not touch or move whilst lit or whilst wax remains molten.
To remove used wax from your burner simply pop a cotton pad or cotton ball in the melted wax and let it soak up. Remove the cotton pad/ball and discard.
How to use large melts -
Break or cut in to quarters or smaller and place 1 section in your burner and save the rest. Large Melts are equivalent to 4-6 mini melts depending on how much you use. Do NOT try and use the entire melt in your burner as its will not fit standard burners and will over flow.
Mini melts -
If your burner has a small well, break or cut 1 melt in half and use just one half and save the rest. If your burner has a standard size well you may use 1 whole melt.
Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects. Avoid release to the environment.
EUCALYPTOL, HEXYL CINNAMAL, LIMONENE, LINALOOL, UNDECYLENAL.
May produce an allergic reaction.